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Find the geometric mean between 6x and 24x.
A.)4
B.)12
C.)12x

  • Geometry -

    Do you really expect someone to do all of these homework assignments for you?

  • Kiki - Geometry -

    Please stop just dumping these homework questions.
    At least tell us what your choices are, and we will tell you if you are correct

  • Geometry -

    I think it 12

  • Geometry -

    Am i wrong?

  • Geometry -

    yes

  • Geometry -

    12x?

  • Geometry -

    that's better. The sequence is thus

    6x 12x 24x 48x . . .

    the geometric mean between a and b is √ ab
    Fo this problem, that's √[(6x)(24x)] = √ 144x^2 = 12x

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    12x

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